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Nobel Prize for the French Annie Ernaux, Ismal Kadare: I have no experience
Written by SOT.COM.AL 7 Tetor 2022
The "Nobel 2022" prize for literature was awarded to the French writer Annie Ernaux. The 82-year-old author was cited for the courage and insight with which she reveals the roots, departures and collective limitations of personal memory, by the Nobel committee. Albanian writer Ismail Kadare was nominated by the Academy of Sciences of Albania for this award this year, but when asked after the announcement of the winner if he was disappointed, he replied that he had no experience. "As you can see, I have no experience. 40 years ago I could have", said Kadare. While his wife Helena Kadare said that they had not heard the name of the French author. "We don't know the writer who won the "Nobel", even though we live in France. I have never heard it, to know no or no, but I have not even heard it as a name. As long as the "Nobel" jury is the same and has said no for 40 years, you don't have to change your opinion", she said when asked by "Euronews Albania". While "The Guardian" writes that Annie Ernaux, who won the "Nobel" prize for literature and writes novels about daily life in France, as well as non-fiction, is one of the most popular authors of her country and has been among the favorites to win the prize. Annie Ernaux began her literary career in 1974 with "Les Armoires vides" (Cleaned Out), an autobiographical novel. In 1984, she won the Renaudot Award for one of her autobiographical works, La Place (A Man's Place), an autobiographical narrative that focuses on her relationship with her father and her experiences growing up in a city. small in France. The prize awarded by the Swedish Academy is worth 10 million Swedish kroner (807, 000 Pounds). Last year it was won by the Tanzanian novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah. The Nobel Prizes, given since 1901, recognize achievements in literature, science, peace and later in economics. Previous literary winners have included novelists such as Ernest Hemingway, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Toni Morrison, poets such as Louise Gluck, Joseph Brodsky, and others.